Quote: “Comcast can suck a sweaty cock for their slow service. #GoogleFiber” Adweek: keepin’ it classy.
I realize this isn’t the opinion of Adweek or Anthony Crupi. It is however an excellent example of why you might not want to automatically import the thoughts of random halfwits from internet and present it indistinguishable from your own editorial content.
Own your space.
Okay, I quit. Cut Copy poster, obvious but still brilliantly done.
Oh dear. I think I need a minute…
My quick-and-dirty take on what an Audi A4 might look like without that big ugly grille.
(Plus, you could actually use the bumper as a bumper without worrying about a $1000 repair bill.)
Staircase by Danny Kuo. A storage unit that becomes a staircase for reaching the higher shelves.
I want this.
Dog Names for Graphic Designers.
I would absolutely name a dog Raster, or Vector.
Fruitiger seems more like a name for a bird, or perhaps some sort of lizard.
I’m trying to figure out what’s going on with this progress bar.
98% of the data has been transferred, 5 seconds remain in the duration, yet just about 1% of the actual progress bar is filled-in.
Not gonna lie, this took my breath away for just a moment.
Lego was my favorite toy ever. Ever. Ever. Ever.
Every birthday, every Christmas, every Easter, every anything, my family knew to give me Lego. I would amaze my family by assembling the kits they’d given me in a matter of minutes without looking at the instructions.
Lego taught me so many lessons:
• Building things is fun.
• Don’t be afraid to take things apart.
• Learn how things work.
• Learn how to take things apart and put them back together.
• Little things can be put together to make big things.